NHL News: Waivers, Senators, Hurricanes, Rangers, Devils, Bruins, Wild, Stars and, Kings

Craig Anderson gets a two year contract extension from the Ottawa Senators

On Waivers …

Pierre LeBrun: Players put on waivers yesterday: Kenneth Agostino – Boston Bruins, Ville Pokka – Chicago Blackhawks and Duncan Siemens – Colorado Avalanche.

On the Ottawa Senators …

Ian Mendes: The Senators and goaltender Craig Anderson agreed on a two-year contract with a salary cap hit of $4.75 million.

Bruce Garrioch: Anderson will make $5.5 million next year and $4 million the following year. In 2018 he’ll have a 10 team no-trade list.

Bruce Garrioch: Forward Derick Brassard was a full participant in practice yesterday and was wearing a contact jersey.

Bruce Garrioch: Brassard won’t play in their next preseason game but is hopeful for their season opener.

Bruce Garrioch: Forward Colin White will start the season on the IR. He is skating.

On the Carolina Hurricanes …

Cory Lavalette: Coach Peters isn’t sure what is exactly wrong with Lee Stempniak. He said that Stempniak had an MRI last week, but he doesn’t know the results.

Chip Alexander: Peters had no further update on Stempniak’s status. He was at the arena last night.

On the New York Rangers …

Steve Zipay: Jesper Fast was skating in a no-contact jersey yesterday and paired with defenseman Ryan McDonagh.

On the New Jersey Devils …

Andrew Gross: Coach John Hynes isn’t quite ready to say that Will Butcher is a top-six defenseman just yet.

On the Boston Bruins …

Joe HaggertyPeter Cehlarik has missed most of training camp, but was back on the ice yesterday and skating with David Krejci and David Pastrnak.

On the Minnesota Wild …

Michael Russo: The Wild released Ryan Malone from his PTO, but will now be on a tryout with their AHL team. This was the expected path all along for him.

On the Dallas Stars …

Mark Stepneski: Stars GM Jim Nill said that it is a “good possibility” that they start the season carrying eight defensemen.

On the Los Angeles Kings …

John Hoven: The Kings have released defenseman Chris Lee from his PTO. Forward Brooks Laich is still at camp.

 

 

Article source: http://mynhltraderumors.com/52871-2/2017/09/30/

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